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be unpopular. interesting. bill clinton as you know was in kentucky trying to help out alison grimes, a democratic senate candidate trying to take the seat currently held by republican mitch mcconnell. when senate majority leader harry reid was pressed on why president obama isn't going out to red states, he had an interesting answer. >> we have one president that's been going every place and that's clinton. he's traveling around campaigning for everybody doing a great job. >> there you have the top senate democrat suggesting the former president may be a better asset right now than the current president. bottom line, though, of course, we'll see president obama, current president, raising a lot of money. >> democrats laumping a new effort to defend the president on health care. they are saying this will be advantageous to democrats running in 2014. >> though doubt. they are saying benefits of the law will help democrats in midterms. launched on the senate flora news conference defending the law. interesting, at the news conference, no democrats up for re-election or any sort of toug
wrong. if hillary clinton runs, 10-1 he does not run. if hillary clinton does not run and his health is good, 4-1 that he does run. >> i think he's dying to run. so he's just waiting to see what happens. i think he's very easy to run. >> mike barnicle? >> you're talking about the greatest vice president in the history of western civilization, right? >> joe biden. we love joe biden. i agree with a blend of what al and cokie just said. i think the vice president really would like and enjoy and be very happy running for president of the united states he's obviously going to be tempered by what hillary clinton chooses to do on a number of fronts, fund-raising ability. he would like to run but i bet the odds he would not run. >> don't you get the sense talking about the possibility behind that big smile he resents a little bit that it's a forgone conclusion that hillary clinton would be the nominee for democrat. he's saying in his own way, hey, man, i'm vice president, i should get a shot at this if i want it. >> anyone seeing what i do, julie? >> sure. the thing we have too remember abou
force. >> that's what hillary clinton did. >> yeah. >> right. >> but that was a theoretical example. >> -- mrs. clinton. >> a lot of people feel that might have been part of her calculation is that she wanted to look tough and needed to look tough because people sometimes there are some people out there would wonder is a woman going to be comfortable using military force? i think it's a silly thing to worry about because we have seen strong woman leaders but some people think that. >> not that many. there haven't been that many strong women leaders throughout history. we have gold myer. thatmargaret thatcher. both of women on the senate and congress level. you know, but when you are president of the united states you have got it deal with people like putin, kate, you have got to deal with more ornery, mullahs in iran. they think they are like subspecies. >> how is obama doing with that these tough guys? i am saying he is having much harder time than strong women would have. obama is bending over backwards to be gracious and work with these people and roughing rough shot over him. >>
, i can't think of a reason why joe biden would do this match with hillary clinton if he wasn't going to come roaring out at the bell. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i am ari melber filling in for chris hayes tonight. we begin with a story where progressives are on offense this evening. the plane carrying governor jan brewer touched down in arizona and the conservative governor came home here with a lot of baggage. her colleagues in arizona and around the nation are waiting on her to decide whether she will sign or veto arizona's senate bill 1062, the controversial bill that would authorize businesses to discriminate against gay citizens. such diskr kricrimination is gey prohibited but the bill would create a religious exemption. passed out of the arizona lectu legislature and sitting on jan brewer's desk. she has until saturday morning to make her decision. yesterday brewer in washington for a national governors association event said she'd not yet made up her mind on how she would act.
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rand paul suddenly started talking about bill clinton last month? >> i love kentucky. you've been great to me. you voted for me twice. you've been great to hillary. i love kentucky. >> we have great southern politics, where the past is always prologue. bill clinton on the campaign trail. that's up next. are you flo? yes. is this the thing you gave my husband? well, yeah, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. >>> politics is not rocket science. it's either creative cooperation or constant conflict. it's either a focus on people or a focus on keeping yourself in power by keeping people torn up and upset so they can't think anymore. when alison got in this race and i talked about it, i said, your opponent is a genius at that ladder course. he skated a couple of elections here doing that. >> former pres
and some day we will have one. >> all right. now, hillary clinton obviously is the person in a position to become the first woman president at this point, other people may surface. there are americans who say, you know what? i'm unseizey with it. i just don't feel that, you know, even despite margaret thatcher and gold -- i don't have the rough and tumble nature of it. how do you respond to that? would you defend hillary clinton? would you say, look, she has the tools to be the commander and chief? not ideology, i know you disagree with her philosophy. but just as a woman, as a person? does she have the tools? well, there are some americans as i said who aren't quite comfortable yet with seeing a woman as president. but, again, we have one because the overwhelming majority of americans look to merit. hillary clinton's case will be difficult because she has to answer the question of commander and chief. that's going to be very difficult for her in light of her failures in benghazi. she has another question that she has to answer with health care. she is the god mother of obamacare. in fa
about of overplayings the hand here. look at bill clinton today. bill clinton, the former president of the united states of america who hooked up with an intern in the oval office for goodness sakes has a 60% approval rating because people still look at the grand what he did as president of the united states of america. democrats are campaigning with him today. and they look past that because they saw there was a personal mistake. ted nugent made a mistake. he made a mistake in what he said. that's the thing that people look at. >> final word goes to paul. >> ben, i have to beg you we stop using monica lewinsky from 20 years ago when we are discussing politics. i don't think we're helping ourselves. >> the point is though people look past failures. >> there's a lot of points we can take issue with in regards to bill clinton or hillary clinton who might be the potential candidate. i don't want to go back to relitigating what we did, what he did 20 years ago. please. >> final word goes to paul, the democrat. he's been very silent. >> i think the i'm trying to be polite here. my goodne
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explode the party leaving it unable to compete, for example, with hillary clinton next time? also that his wild bunch can rebuild it to a smaller, nastier political party home only to the hard and bitter right wing? david, we have right, left, center. we have one guy i know of who seems to have a ballistic purpose, the blow up his political party. rand paul wants to move it to the right. we know that. he may succeed. this guy wants to take it apart starting at the top. >> i think the way to understand ted cruz is to realize he believes he is leading a crusade. there is a theology to this and political calculations but he believes that republicans if they do anything, if they let the obama budget pass they are enabling what he sees as the destruction of the united states and he is taking it, self appointed. >> the function of the american government is his enemy. >> self-appointed to be the one to say no to this gives him part of the tea party base. i come to the conclusion that he believes he is the conservative savior. if that means electing peep folks to believe obama is like nazi. >> he
seeking office. he is former president bill clinton. he is hoping to pack enough political punch to topple a lot of targets. here is abc's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: bill clinton is back. >> look, i love kentucky, you've been good to me. >> reporter: plunging into one of the biggest battles of the year. the effort to knock off the top republican in the senate, mitch mcconnell. clinton said he turned gridlock into an art form. >> when there's a problem, do everything you can to make sure the problem is never fixed. it may work in an election year. get everybody upset and mad all the time but it is a dumb way to run a country. >> reporter: clinton helping mcconnell's opponent. secretary of state allison lunder again grimes. she was a teenager when she was president. here she is only 14 presenting roses to the clintons at their inauguration in 1993. surrounded by senators in washington, mcconnell brushed off clinton's visit. >> every time he comes, it is good for me. >> reporter: perhaps but clinton is the biggest draw. fueled by nostalgia for the past and a hope that hillary clinton runs for
to the clouds in the sea, hillary clinton is a virtual certainty for the 2016 democratic nomination and the front runner in the next presidential race. in private, rumors persist that the former secretary of state may not even be capable of making it to iowa and new hampshire. clinton will not run for president again because of health concerns." clinton and mike huckabee are in the lead in the 2016 iowa poll. this is a new poll put out. those two are in the lead. there is the headline. back to your calls on the fourth anniversary of the let's move campaign. judy is west virginia. -- judy is in west virginia. caller: i'm so excited about the let's move campaign, especially about the changes in the lunch program. the school i am in now. the labeling helps. i do see the children eating more healthy food than they had in the past. -- it has taken time. they resist change. these two not want to eat the vegetables. -- they used to not want to eat vegetables. they used to throw them away but now they are starting to eat them. we have had resistance not just from the children but from the e
americans want to run for presidents. among democratic candidates far and away hillary clinton 64% doubling the next closest contender is vice president joe biden and closer field among republicans with rand paul narrowly in the lead and ted cruz in the back of the pack. 54% say they don't know enough about him which is interesting. moving on to arizona. >>> after days of speculation, arizona governor jan brewer has vetoed a controversial bill that divided the state. supporters touted the legislation as protecting religion freedom for businesses but critics said sb 1060 denying legal service to same-sex couples. the governor's decision follows intense pressure, including thousands of petitions from human rights activists and press releases from some of the nation's largest corporation. among them is american airlines and daeelta and apple. >> instead, this is the first policy bill to cross my desk. senate bill 1062 does not address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty in arizona. i've not heard one example in arizona where business owners religious liberty has been vio
in the run-up 2014 and 2016. hillary clinton responded to news of the veto last night while she was giving a talk in miami. >> thankfully, the governor of arizona has vetoed -- [ cheers and applause ] -- the discriminatory legislation that was passed. recognizing that inclusive leadership is really what the 21st century is all about. >> the veto does not mean the end of the debate about the rights of same-sex couples in arizona. another bill introduced in january proposes to amend state law to say a church is not required to, quote, facilitate a marriage that is inconsistent with the sincerely held belief of doctrine of that church. and though the law brewer vetoed last night has gotten all the attention, don't overlook the fact that it is not explicitly illegal under arizona state law to discriminate based on sexual orientation. in fact, arizona is one of 29 states that does not explicitly prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and one of 33 states that has no law outlawing discrimination based on gender identity. now, the senate passed a federal law that would prohibit discr
in at number five, hillary clinton at number six. michelle obama scored particularly high in the categories of being her own woman and value to the president. and when you say value to the president, one thing that strikes me is there's sort of a synergy between her let's move campaign and the idea of promoting health with the signature achievement of the obama presidency, which is health care reform. and maybe it's a reference to something else, was that's what i read in "value to the president." >> it's certainly an interesting list, but michelle obama certainly strikes a balance here. the balance is being her own woman and then living in the shadow of what was the hillary clinton era as first lady, where she was part and parcel being the legislating partner of that president. she was -- it was a two-for-one deal and the american public really fully embraced that embodiment of two for one. michelle obama has been really the antigen sis of that. she is a bit more activist in some ways, but in some ways, she's a bit more withdrawn. she's sort of being the woman that she, i think, really wan
a great home. >> oh, that? >> bill clinton out there on the campaign trail. >> being president is a lot like being superintendent of a big cemetery. there's a lot of people under you and nobody's listening. >> take a look at this real bird's-eye view being called the world's first bird self-if i >> try for healthy snacks and fresh food, we love it. pretty good. >> on "cbs this morning." >> yes a woman here in new york city went into labor before she could make it to the hospital and ended up giving birth in the middle of a crosswalk. it explains the baby's first words, "hey i'm crawlin' here!" >> this morning's "eye-opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning, norah. >> good morning to you, charlie. >> the weather again. as you wake up in the west, many of you are facing a wet commute. heavy showers and snow are coming in and staying for the next several days. some areas could see half a foot of rain. meanwhile, a new arctic front is pushing east and south. >> because of all the cold air, dozens of cities and towns are f
were constantly not only fighting bill clinton, the president at that time, but fight against some of the things our old leadership was doing because we didn't come back to be just a mindless lemon for the elephant over the donkey, but came back with value, and that was to get our government spending down to live within our means, to get fair taxes that don't ruin people's businesses and their lives, and we believe the things the republican party had been saying. that was our big crime, but they called us a big boy republican, and now to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life easier. didn't like the bad boy republican thing, but i just want you to know what brought me back because i left for 12 years, and when i left, having set term limits, i never thought i would come back to congress again, because when i left, we had actually balanced the budget for the first time in 40 # years. in 1998, we balanced the budget. 1999, we blnsed the budget, and in 2000, not only was it balanced, but had a 240 billion some surplus. the frl budget was 1.7 trillion. i fast forward, i'm
. we were constantly having to fight bill clinton, and fight against some of the things our leadership was doing. we did not come back to be a mindless lemming elephant over the donkey. we came back with bellies. to bring government spending don't. to live within our means. to get fair taxes. we actually believed the things that the republican party stood for. that too is our big crime. they called us the bad boy republicans. now, to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life a lot easier. my wife did not like the bad boy republican thing. i want you to know what brought me back because i left for 12 years. i kept my term limit pledge. i never thought i would come back again. when i left, we had balanced the budget for the first time in 40 years. in 1998 we balance the budget. the year i left, in 2000, we have a $247 billion surplus. the federal budget was $1.7 trillion. fast forward 12 years, i see what happened 2010, with you glorious patriots standing up and fighting against the most to radical -- tyrannical president that we have ever had in the history of america. my juic
% that hillary clinton will be the runner. is this a foregone conclusion about hillary clinton? thesecuracy forecasting things is wrong, how does this shape up on the democratic side? you mentioned the chance of immigration reform in lame deck. -- in lame duck. what do you think? >> i would defer to charlie and is worth knowing that both of us do not get paid by the word. we get paid nothing. >> not here anyway. this is the believe in free speech, how would you like to give one? [laughter] >> i will defer to charlie on that. ithink i share his view that is not a sentient that she will run. she willnot a cinch run. i have heard you say that. >> if this is a political decision, she is running. take it to the bank. i would argue that a lot of bush things like the jeb example are personal decisions as well as political. there is a 30% chance or so she does not run. is logic is, right now, she 66 years old, she will turn 67 later this year in october. 68 inll be 67 going on 2015. she will be 69 two weeks before the election in 2016. can you get elected at 69? of course you can, that was the same
morning temperatures. 10 degrees here, and mitchellville in clinton, dropping down to 17 degrees by tomorrow morning. we have even colder air in store before the week's over and more snow to talk about. all the details coming up in just a few. >> thank you. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray is strongly defending his fire chief today despite calls for his resignation. several recent incidents of poor service are fueling those complaints including the death of a man who collapsed near a fire station and was ignored by firefighters. d.c. councilman tommy wells a candidate for mayor is calling for the chief and paul quander to resign. >> during the news conference, he supported both men and said wells was just playing for the primary >> i think it's a political trick. i'll be glad when april 1st comes and goes and then people will come back to some kind of santi with how they behave. >>> coming up , reaction to the mayor's opinion poll showing two-thirds of democrats think it's time for a new mayor. >>> getting ready to ease overcrowding on trains, today we learned there will be an additio
with me. host: you became the ins commissioner during the clinton administration? guest: yes. fw librarian tweets in -- what would be the policy implications of that? i think that is not going to happen. congress will not do that. a durable system for a long time. if people are here illegally for , they are eligible to apply for citizenship as long as they have not violated any laws, have learned to speak english, and are familiar with the civics and system of government of our country. that is a system that has proved very, very effective. people whoe putting are here as noncitizens into a legal framework where they can do that. right now, we have a very large population that is prevented from doing that. yes, they have violated the law. yes, they should be accountable for that. but at the end of the day, it is unrealistic to imagine that we can remove them all from the country and a large share of them are contributing to our economy, to our communities in positive ways. of thelizabeth grieco census bureau, from all of the stats you have gathered here, what are the trends going forward?
offered mupty in exchange for that testimony. mike. >> big news. we'll be covering that. >>> the clinton files are being unfiled. there's an enormous effort to humanize hillary back in the days of the clinton white house. is there still a push to make her media friendly? and will these revelations impact hillary in 2016? joining us now, howard kurtz, host of media buzz here on the fox news channel. good to see pup. >> good morning, mike. >> i guess she was being coached by this mandy grunw aye ld, right? >> among others, yes, one of they are key advisers. one of the documents we found said don't be defensive. the press is obviously watching to see if they can make you uncomfortable or testy. look for opportunities for humor. it's important that people see more sides of you and they often see only in very stern situations your behavior. be careful to be real. wow. how can you teach someone to be real? >> are you kidding me? every politician gets this sort of advice. you can't fake sincerity. there are other memos which hillary clinton is during her husband's presidency in the '90s was tol
for fiscal year 2015. hillary clinton saying that in florida on wednesday night, the path for the nation' will lies in the broadening of participation of women, the poor, young people, and other disadvantaged people in the public debate. brian, columbus, ohio. republican caller. caller: thank for taking my call. i had a comment about the infrastructure. while i was on hold, you are talking about --. there is a show that was on a while ago. it talked about the crumbling of america. it is basically an advertisement for which you are talking about. it is a national security thing. it is needed. i was going to make a comment about how -- we are already 17 trillion in debt. it seems it will raise the rate again if they keep doing that. at some point, it is going to burst. they seem to know something we do not about why they don't care what our debt is right now. we need to get it done. saying,s the arizona religious freedom issues in this country, it amazes me how we go out of our way for muslims, but we don't care about offending christians. a muslim cab driver, they will not get in the -- a
land commissioner and john cornyn turning back a tea party challenge. >>> in hillary clinton decides to run in 2016, a new poll finds she may have support from a somewhat unlikely group, republicans. 8% of republicans said there is a good chance they would vote for her. 8%. 17% says there was some chance they would vote for her. 74% says, no chance at all. mrs. clinton will speak to cleej students at an event at ucla today. >>> a woman was killed in a huge gas leak and explosion in new jersey. they were unable to identify the woman found near a car. seven other people were injured in the accident. dozens of homes were damaged. >>> so an asteroid is on the way and it's going to pass closer to earth than the moon. it's going to happen today around 4:00 p.m. eastern. experts say it poses no threat. it will get no closer than some 200,000 miles away. you will not be able to see it probably because the asteroid would be too dark to view correctly. does it make a sound if you do not see it? >> is that the age-old -- >> something like that. i think it does make a sound. except the space thi
that the president and the then secretary of state hillary clinton would stand in front of all of us as citizens and blatantly lie to us about what happened in benghazi and now, we look at hillary clinton as most likely the 2016 democrat candidate for president and who in later testimony came out and said, what difference does it make that four americans are dead. i would like to ask you, from your perspective, what difference does that make to us? >> you know, like i said, it makes a huge difference to us because we don't want more dead americans and more widows in the future and the fact that your, protecting your personal politics is more important than getting to ground truth, so we can make sure we do things right in the future, to me that is the ultimate act of despickability. look, you don't like president bush. fine, i get that. i can tell you every, within a month of 9/11, i can tell you every single thing president bush did every moment of the day of 9/11. i still can't tell you what president obama did on his day of 9/11. i can tell you this he has not learned his lesson. just yesterd
for the audience. (laughter) >> gary: harbaugh was on the scene to check him out today. clinton dick considered a top saftey >> gary: nothing new to report that would just repeat this in a very sweet way prin >> gary: you do not show of people into a corner and the man some if they are not ready for quite ready to give it to you if you have at least two years to life. two years left >> gary: everyone who has come everyone knows that he has come up and said that he was gay. michaels them is leading a hand that no one else expected to throw today. you think he he would know better. you know that is getting a lot of laughs in the era that he grew up again. it >> gary: formally charged with one possession of a weapon and fire are he is a guard for the nea york knicks. a last night following the game to make a long story short, he was in that argument with his wife and his wife got a hold of the gun and took it down to the authorities and that is where we stand right now. >> gary: j. r. smith of fined 50,000 we will see what happens will he received another fine rather than another man's head then?
. >>> kentucky is clinton country. >> allison's opponent has been a little short of brilliant. >>> you said if she runs for president, you will not run. >> no, i haven't. >> oh, tell me what you say. >> whether she runs or not will not affect my decision. >>> late this morning new jersey governor chris christie appeared at a town hall, only the second of his second term, and only the second since his office landed in a scandal that managed to overshadow christie's agenda. in today he compared his career to a golf game. >> i can't run for governor again. i could tell you something, that's really good news for you. that's really good news for you. and here's why. i don't have to worry about politics anymore, everybody. this is it. i'm on the back nine. and when you're on the back nine and you don't have to worry about playing another front nine, your only obligation is to tell people the truth. >> not worried about politics anymore, but new numbers released today reflect the divisive place christie has come to occupy in national politics. and within his own party, a new cbs/new york times pol
needed to turn to a 68 year old woman who would be hillary clinton. [laughter] [applause] but i digress. now as you heard from my friend jeff lord, gerald ford went on to lose to a very weak democratic candidate named jimmy carter. reagan went on to win in 1980 and 1984 to the a distant landslide in american history. popular vote, i would remind karl rove and the electoral college. [applause] having campaigned personally for reagan and a 9076 and 1980, i want you to listen. i feel certain he would be enormously proud of you.
clinton in this? they are saying she is going to hear about the groundwork laid for putin to do whatever we wants. she will have to answer for that and benghazi. >> i am not sure benghazi is a big as deal as some people do. russia has done a lot with us on terrorism. they have terrorist there and they have been working with us for long time and on trade and other issues. and the extent to which we had nuclear talks and progress has been significant. putin is an old kgb guy who wants the soviet union back. georgia and ukraine are the biggest part. i don't think he is going to leave the crimea and the people wouldn't want to leave. >> i think you remember whether all of the satellite countries broke away and the work by thatcher, reagan and the pope. this is an incredible thing to think they are putting it back together. >> are they going to is the question. we don't have treaty agreements. the idea war is off the table is a mistake, not because of the crimea. but if russia decides to expand and re-create the old soviet union. that would be unacceptable to the west and then you would have
archives released 4,000 pages of confidential documents involving the clinton administration. if the gop were inclined to start picking this old stuff up, is that kind of dangerous territory, even if secretary clinton runs for president in 2016? >> absolutely not. if there are opinions she held in the 1990s versus now, she's going to have to explain it. this is probably going to start her campaign earlier than she had hoped. she's going to have to explain her stance on the issues. >> we're going to fly through our west and worst of the week. uhhh. no, that can't happen. that's the thing, you don't know how long it has to last. everyone has retirement questions. so ameriprise created the exclusive.. confident retirement approach. now you and your ameripise advisor can get the real answers you need. well, knowing gives you confidence. start building your confident retirement today. suddenly you're a mouthbreather. well, put on a breathe right strip and instantly open your nose up to 38% more than cold medicines alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and sleep right. breathe r
constantly having to fight bill clinton, and fight against some of the things our leadership was doing. we did not come back to be a a minor elephant over the donkey. we came back with bellies. to bring government spending don't. to live within our means. we actually believed the things that the republican party stood for. that was our egg crime. a call this the bad boy republicans. now, to be referred to as a tea party patriot makes my life a lot easier. my wife did not like the bad boy republican thing. i want you to know what brought me back good i left for 12 years. i kept my term limit pledge. i never thought i would come back again. we had balanced the budget for the first time in 40 years. in 1998 we balance the budget. in 2000, we have a $247 billion surplus. i see what happened 2010, with two or is patriots standing up and fighting against the most radical president that we have ever had in the history of america. my juices just aren't flowing. i get energized. these patriots were on the mark. in 2012, i decided to come back and run again. i believe, with all my heart, that this m
was an assault from president yeltsin to president clinton back then. they don't meet the economic conditions, the world economy conditions. the pressure has to be ratcheted up. >> do you think president obama underestimated vladimir putin? >> it's hard to tell. putin has been playing this machiavellian game for many years, whether it's over syria, whatever it might be. now the pedal to the metal, rubber to the road, whatever it is, this is the most serious issue confronting the west vis-a-vis president putin's politics and his military mite and he's flexing it. the question is will they be able to stop this, slow it down, before there's any military action either by russia or ukraine that puts it in a much, much more difficult situation. >> you have a very important interview coming up this morning -- >> i'm going to be interviewing the former prime minister of ukraine, yulia tymoshenko, who was in prison for many years under yanukovych, who has now fled. this is what obviously caused all this trouble and see what the ukrainians are going to do because she's now released and what the ukraini
for it but not complete responsibility for it. some of hillary clinton's people were involved in that -- in the changing of the talking points. the white house seems to -- there seems to be a clear line that the white house was not involved, but that, to me, is not believable. >> right. congressman, let me jump in here. the statement mike morell gave to fox, he says, quote, i stand behind what i've said to you and testified to congress about the talking point issue. neither the agency, the analysts, nor i cooked the books in any way. but congressman, the talking points were changed. susan rice was giving false talking points to go deliver on five talk shows a couple days after the terrorist attack. someone has to be responsible for this. >> well, susan rice, that's a whole other story. anybody that has half a brain knows that she just flat-out lied. that's without question. we knew after so much time had passed that there was no question this was a terrorist attack. as it relates to mike morell, this is a guy who spent his whole career working for the government. he's a stand-up guy. if i were him, i th
the administration. secretary kerry, secretary clinton. preparing the way for all of this. and the leadership of the countries involved that we have this joint sanctions regime in place for these negotiations. >> madam leader, last couple weeks, certainly the last couple dice taste some your very closest friends in this body have announced their retirement. mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. andrews is leaving. i wonder if so many people leaving after this congress, or during it, makes you re-evaluate how long you'll stay here. >> no it doesn't. it's very sad these people are leaving. they are fabulous, their legislative records, mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. miller, legislative virtue owe sews -- irtueo sews -- virtueo sows. rush holt, rob andrews from new jersey, fabulous hems of congress. god bless them. george miller, mr. waxman they have been here 40 years each. they want to go do something else or go home. mr. dingell, i think by the time he leaves it will be 59 years. no. they go with their pace. gi at my. we miss them. they are fabulous. there's the pot and lots of people are very excited ab
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